Biblical Hebrew Lesson 25 Homework

Note: References are made to course handouts; they are accessible here.  When I tell you to complete something like “Ross Lesson 3,” that means to do *everything* I have listed below IBH Lesson 3–memory work, looking at course handouts, and written assignments.

IBH Lesson 1

Memorization: Hebrew Alphabet (pronunciation of letters; names of letters; order; how to write letters; see my Handout called “Alphabet and Transliteration”)

Course Handouts:  [1] Alphabet and Transliteration (use as guide for memorizing consonants and transliterations). [2] Alphabet and Transliteration Practice Sheet (use for drilling your memorization of the consonants and transliterations)

Written Assignments: [1]  Practice writing the Hebrew alphabet with English transliteration in order.  I suggest doing this at least 5 times or more, until you have mastered it.  [2]  IBH 1.8 exercises, sections A (1-12) and B (1-3).

IBH Lesson 2

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 2.  [2] Hebrew Vowels Chart (name of vowel, English transliteration, how to write the Hebrew vowel, vowel length;  see my Handout, “Simplified Hebrew Vowel Chart”). [3] Syllable Rules #2 and #3 (from handout “Rules for Hebrew Syllables”).

Course Handouts: [1] Simplified Hebrew Vowel Chart; [2] Simplified Hebrew Vowel Chart Practice Sheet; [3] Rules for Hebrew Syllables

Written Assignments: [1]  Practice writing the Simplified Hebrew Vowels Chart.  [2] IBH 2.10 exercises, sections A (1-4), B (1-5), and part of C (just divide the syllables of the words in section A and label “o” for open, “c” for closed).  Note:  for your assistance, I have uploaded audio files in WAV format where I read the vocab words, some of the exercises, and some of the grammatical information in the chapters.  Listening to these can greatly help you with your homework. (biblicallanguages.wordpress.com)

IBH Lesson 3

Memorization:  Vocab Lesson 3

Course Handouts: [1] Hebrew Syllables; [2] Rules for Hebrew Syllables; [3] Shewa and Syllables; [4] How to Label Syllables for Tone

Written Assignments: [Note: You MUST read/understand the handouts to complete the assignments; they are accessible here.]  IBH 3.7 exercises, sections A (1-2), B (1-2–just the first 2 verses of 1 Chronicles 1), and C (do all 12; then, for the words in “c” prior to adding the prepositions, divide syllables; label for:  open or closed (O or C); tone (T, PT, PPT, or Post); shewa (VS,SS).  When dividing syllables, please follow MY directions for handling vocal shewa, not Ross’.

IBH Lesson 4

Memorization:  Vocab Lesson 4

Course handouts:How to Label Syllables for Tone (also, consult earlier handouts about how to divide syllables and how to handle vocal shewa:  Shewa and Syllables and How to Label Syllables for Tone)

Written Assignments: IBH 4.6 exercises, sections A (only #2), B (only #2), C [Do all 5; then, for the words in #’s 3-4, divide the syllables; label for:  open or closed (O or C); tone (T, PT, PPT, or Post); shewa (VS,SS); qames (Q) or qames hatuf (QH).]

IBH Lesson 5

Memorization:  Vocab Lesson 5

Course handouts: none (consult earlier handouts about how to divide/label syllables and how to handle vocal shewa:  Shewa and Syllables and How to Label Syllables for Tone)

Written Assignments: IBH 5.10 exercises, sections A (none), B (none), C (all 6), D [Do all 5; then, for the words in #’s 3-4, divide the syllables; label for:  open or closed (O or C); tone (T, PT, PPT, or Post); shewa (VS,SS); qames (Q) or qames hatuf (QH); all dots as either Mappiq (M), Dagesh Forte (DF), or Dagesh Lene (DL).]

IBH Lesson 6

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 6. [2] Know the 4+1 gutteral letters, and their three characteristics. [3] Know the different ways that the Article ה can be pointed with nouns that begin with weak letters.

Course handouts:[1] Rules for Hebrew Syllables; [2] The Gutts Gang; [3] Definite Article before Weak Letters

Written Assignments: IBH 6.6 exercises, sections A (none), B (1-18), and C (1-5).  For the words in part C # 3, divide the syllables; label for:  open or closed (O or C); tone (T, PT, PPT, or Post); shewa (VS,SS); qames (Q) or qames hatuf (QH); all dots as either Mappiq (M), Dagesh Forte (DF), or Dagesh Lene (DL).

IBH Lesson 7

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 7. [2] Be able to reproduce the 4 noun endings (ms, fs, mp, fp) on a Hebrew word like סוּס.

Course handouts:Noun and Adjective Endings (use this to drill the noun endings)

Written Assignments: IBH 7.6 exercises, sections A (1-15), B (1-8).  For the words in part B # 4, divide the syllables; label for:  open or closed (O or C); tone (T, PT, PPT, or Post); shewa (VS,SS); qames (Q) or qames hatuf (QH); all dots as either Mappiq (M), Dagesh Forte (DF), or Dagesh Lene (DL).

IBH Lesson 8

Memorization:  [1] Vocab Lesson 8.  [2] Noun Rule #5 (OOPS ROSS VS) (and review Rules #2 and 3). [3] NOTE: For your quiz there will be a “review” vocab section for earlier chapters, so make sure you review vocab from prior Lessons.

Course handouts: Rules for Hebrew Syllables

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lessons 7-8 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 7-8 Drills” and “Lesson 7-8 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”). [2] IBH 8.6 exercises, sections A (1-15), B (1-10), and divide/label the words of b.5 (don’t worry about מֵיהוָה).

IBH Lesson 9

Memorization:  [1] Vocab Lesson 9.  [2] Be able to reproduce the 4 standard noun/adj endings (ms, fs, mp, fp)–you’ve already learned this! [3] Know how to classify and identify the 3 uses of the adjective in Hebrew.  [4] Memorize the Historical Vowel Chart (p.83).  Note:  this is different from the “Simplified Vowel Chart,” but it’s the one that we will be referring to for the rest of the course as we discuss vowel changes in the language. [5] NOTE: For your quiz there will be a “review” vocab section for earlier chapters, so make sure you review vocab from prior Lessons.

Course handouts: [1] Historical Hebrew Vowel Chart; [2] Historical Hebrew Vowel Chart DRILL SHEET

Written Assignments: IBH 9.7 exercises, sections A (1-6), B (1-7), and divide/label the first and third word of b.5

IBH Lesson 10

Memorization:  [1] Vocab Lesson 10. [2]  Memorize the Perfect Verb Personal Endings (sheet with the boxes).  Use the Drill Sheet I’ve uploaded and practice writing this over and over til you have it down cold. [3]  Memorize the QalPerfect Verb Conjugation (forms of the paradigm verb פָּקַד).  Use the Drill Sheet I’ve uploaded and practice writing this over and over til you have it down cold. [4] NOTE: For your quiz there will be a “review” vocab section for earlier chapters, so make sure you review vocab from prior Lessons. [5] Memory Song on Qal Pft conjugation (tune: “Jesus Love the Little Children”):

Course handouts:[1] Perfect Verb Personal Endings HANDOUT.  [2] Perfect Verb Personal Endings PRACTICE SHEET.  [3] Qal Perfect Paradigm DRILL SHEET.

Written Assignments: IBH 10.9 exercises, sections A (1-8), B (1-8), and divide/label the last word of b.6.

IBH Lesson 11

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 11.  [2] Lesson 11:  Treat the Independent and Demonstrative Pronouns as Vocab words and memorize them. [3] NOTE: For your quiz there will be a “review” vocab section for earlier chapters, so make sure you review vocab from prior Lessons.

Course handouts:none.

Written Assignments: IBH 11.5 exercises, sections A (1-8), B (1-8), and divide/label the fifth word of b.4.

IBH Lesson 12

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 12.  [2] Memorize the endings for nouns/adj. in the construct.

Course handouts: [1] Absolute and Construct Endings; [2] Construct Chains

Written Assignments: [1] IBH 12.9 exercises, sections A (1-12), B (1-10), and divide the 2nd/3rd words of b.3—it’s a construct chain, so treat it as one word.  [2] Ross Lesson 12 Drills (see the drill sheet and the answer key on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”)

IBH Lesson 13

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 13. [2] Memorize the pronoun (pronominal) suffixes attached to the preposition ל.  Use the Practice Sheet to drill this.

Course handouts:[1] Pronominal Suffixes on Preposition Lamed.  [2] Pronominal Suffixes on Preposition Lamed Practice Sheet

Written Assignments: IBH 13.7 exercises, sections A (1-6), B (1-10), and divide/label the third word of b.3.

IBH Lesson 14

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 14. [2] Lesson 14: Memorize both sets of pronominal suffixes: those added to singular nouns and those added to plural nouns. Be able to recognize how noun endings can change when you add pronominal suffixes.  [Use the Practice Sheet to help with memorizing.]

Course handouts:[1] Pronominal Suffixes on Nouns [2] Pronominal Suffixes on Nouns PRACTICE SHEET

Written Assignments:  [1] Ross Lesson 14 Drills (see Lesson 14 Drills and Lesson 14 Drills Answer Key on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”).  [2] IBH 14.8 exercises, sections A (none–do the drill sheet instead), B (1-10), and divide/label the last two words of b.4.

IBH Lesson 15

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 15. [2] Lesson 15: Be able to recognize which pronoun (person, #, gender) is attached to the various “irregular” nouns and prepositions. Especially: be able to tell the difference between sing. and plural forms of אָב (father) and אָח (brother) when they have a pronominal suffix.

Course handouts:Pronominal Suffixes on Nouns

Written Assignments:  [1] Ross Lesson 15 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 15 Drills and Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”; the answer key is on p.2 of this drill sheet).  [2] IBH 15.10 exercises, sections A (none–do the drill sheet instead), B (1-10), and divide the second word of b.2.

IBH Lesson 16

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 16. [2] Lesson 16: Memorize the Participle “boxes” with suffixes (see “Hebrew Verb Personal Endings HANDOUT”); Memorize the actual Qal Participle paradigm forפָּקָדin Ross 16.1 (you can also see these on the “Qal Strong Verb Paradigm HANDOUT,” down toward the bottom of the page under “Ptc.”

Course handouts:[1] Hebrew Verb Personal Endings HANDOUT.  [2] Hebrew Verb Personal Endings PRACTICE SHEET (you can use this for drilling the suffixes and prefixes on the verb “boxes”).  [3] Qal Strong Verb Paradigm HANDOUT

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 16 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 16 Drills” and “Lesson 16 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”).  [2] IBH 16.6 exercises, sections A (none–do the drill sheet instead), B (1-10), and divide/label the last word of b.6.

IBH Lesson 17

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 17.  [2] Lesson 17: Memorize the Imperfect “boxes” with suffixes and prefixes; Memorize the actual Qal Imperfect paradigm for פָּקָד (see “Imperfect Verb Personal Endings HANDOUT”). [3] Memory Song on Qal Impf conjugation (tune: “O When the Saints”): 

Course handouts:[1] Imperfect Verb Personal Endings HANDOUT; [2] Qal Imperfect Paradigm Drill Sheet (you can use this for drilling the suffixes and prefixes of the Qal Imperfect of פָּקָד).

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 17 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 17 Drills” and “Lesson 17 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”).  [2] IBH 17.7 exercises, sections A (none–do the drill sheet instead), B (1-9)

IBH Lesson 18

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 18.  [2] Memorize the way the waw is pointed on a wci (stands for “waw consecutive imperfect”; Ross’ label is “preterite + waw consecutive”) and a wcp (stands for “waw consecutive perfect”; Ross’ label is “perfect + waw consecutive”).

Course handouts: WCI and WCP

Written Assignments: IBH 18.6 exercises, sections A (1-6), section B (1-6), section C (none), section D (1-8).

IBH Lesson 19

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 19.  [2] Memorize the normal Stative verb theme vowel (the vowel under Root-2) for the Qal Perfect 3ms and Imperfect 3ms.

Course handouts:Qal Stative Verbs Handout

Written Assignments: IBH 19.7 exercises, sections A (1-8), B (1-10)

IBH Lesson 20

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 20.  [2] Memorize the Boxes and the Actual Qal forms of the Imperative (Impv), Jussive (Juss), and Cohortative (Coh) for פָּקַד (see the handout)

Course handouts:Volitional Verb Personal Endings HANDOUT

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 20 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 20 Drills” and “Lesson 20 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”).  [2] IBH 20.9 exercises, section A (1-10): provide ONLY the verbs in Hebrew (you can omit the other parts of the sentences); check yourself on the key, where I’ve provided the entire sentence in Hebrew if you’d like to see the whole answer; section B (1-10)

IBH Lesson 21

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 21.  [2] Memorize the forms of the Qal Passive Ptc of פָּקַד [note: the endings are the same as the ptc endings and the noun/adj endings]

Course handouts: [1] Disjunctive Clauses Introduced by Waw; [2] Qal Passive Ptc; [3] Qal Strong Verb Paradigm HANDOUT (use this to do the memory work)

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 21 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 21 Drills” and “Lesson 21 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”).  [2] IBH 21.7 exercises, section A (1-6), B (1-10)

IBH Lesson 22

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 22.  [2] Memorize the vocalization of the Qal Infinitive Construct (of פָּקַד) without pronominal suffixes, and with the 3ms sfx

Course handouts: [1] INFC Forms (Qal infinitive construct); [2] Qal Strong Verb Paradigm HANDOUT(use this to do the memory work)

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 22 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 22 Drills” and “Lesson 22 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”).  [2] IBH 22.7 exercises, section A (none; I have provided answers to some of these in case you are interested and want to practice); section B (1-10)

IBH Lesson 23

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 23.  [2] Memorize both the normal vocalization of the Qal Infinitive Absolute (of פָּקַד), and the form with the 3ms pronominal suffix attached.

Course handouts: [1] INFA FORMS (Qal infinitive absolute); [2] Qal Strong Verb Paradigm HANDOUT(use this to do the memory work)

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 23 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 23 Drills” and “Lesson 23 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross.”).  [2] IBH 23.7 exercises, section A (none; I have provided answers to some of these in case you are interested and want to practice), B (1-9)

IBH Lesson 24

Memorization: [1] Vocab Lesson 24.  [2] Review the pronominal suffixes in the course handout below sufficiently to be able to identify / parse verb forms with direct object pronominal suffixes.

Course handouts:Pronominal Suffixes on Verbs

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 24 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 24 Drills Perfect Verb” and “Lesson 24 Drills Perfect Verb Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”). [NOTE: complete this drill sheet *before* you do the regular Lesson 24 homework; it allows you to drill yourself on object pronominal suffixes added to only the Perfect forms of the verb.  The Lesson 24 homework assignment in Ross will have you working on all forms of the verb: perfect, impf, impv, etc.]   [2] IBH 24.9 exercises, section A (1-30)

IBH Lesson 25

Memorization: Vocab Lessons 25 (esp. the numbers–treat them as vocab words!).

Course handouts:none

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 25 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 25 Drills” and “Lesson 25 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”).  [2] IBH 25.7 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-9)

IBH Lesson 26

Memorization: [1] The Principal Parts of the Niphal stem. [2] Vocab Lessons 26 (if a verb has a Niphal form, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in that stem–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts: Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT (contains all six derived stems and Qal; focus only on Niphal for this lesson); Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 26 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 26 Drills” and “Lesson 26 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”).  [2] IBH 26.5 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-9)

IBH Lesson 27 & 28

Memorization: [1] The Principal Parts of the Piel and Pual stems. [2] Vocab Lessons 27-28 (if a verb has a Niphal, Piel, or Pual form, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in those stems–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts: Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT (contains all seven stems; focus on Piel  & Pual); Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 27-28 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 27 and 28 Drills” and “Lesson 27 and 28 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”).  [2] IBH 27.5 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-6).  [3] IBH 28.5 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-6).

IBH Lesson 29

Memorization: [1] The Principal Parts of the Hithpael stem. [2] Vocab Lesson 29 (if a verb has a Hithpael form, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in that stem–as well as in the other stems)

Course handouts: Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT (contains all six derived stems and Qal; focus only on Niphal for this lesson); Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 29 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 29 Drills” and “Lesson 29 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”). [2] IBH 29.5 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-10).

IBH Lessons 30 & 31

Memorization: [1] The Principal Parts of the Hiphil and Hophal Stems;  [2] Vocab Lessons 30-31 (if a verb has a Niphal, Piel, Pual, Hiphil, or Hophal form, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in those stems–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts: Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT (contains all seven stems; focus on Piel  & Pual); Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET

Written Assignments: [1] Ross Lesson 30 Drills (see document entitled “Lesson 30 Drills” and “Lesson 30 Drills Answer Key” on my website page called “Answer Keys to Ross”).  [2] IBH 30.5 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-11); [3] IBH 31.4 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-6)

IBH Lessons 32 & 33

Memorization: [1] Solidify the Principal Parts of the derived stems (see Handout);  [2] Vocab Lessons 32 & 33 (if a verb has a form in one of the 6 derived stems, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in those stems–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts:Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT; Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET (KEEP REVIEWING THIS!!)

Written Assignments: [1] IBH 32.5 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-12); [2] IBH 33.6 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-10); section C (1-12)

IBH Lesson 34

Memorization: [1] Solidify the Principal Parts of the derived stems (see Handout);  [2] Vocab Lesson 34 (if a verb has a form in one of the 6 derived stems, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in those stems–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts:Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT; Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET (KEEP REVIEWING THIS!!)

Written Assignments: IBH 34.8 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-10); section C (1-14)

IBH Lesson 35

Memorization: [1] Solidify the Principal Parts of the derived stems (see Handout);  [2] Vocab Lesson 35 (if a verb has a form in one of the 6 derived stems, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in those stems–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts:Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs FULL HANDOUT; Principal Parts of Qal Plus Derived Stems of Hebrew Verbs PRACTICE SHEET (KEEP REVIEWING THIS!!)

Written Assignments: [1] IBH 35.7 exercises, section A (none); section B (1-10); section C (1-14).  [2] Hebrew Reading:  Translate and prepare study notes for Gen 12:1-4.  If you don’t have your own copy of BHS yet, Ross provides a facsimile of the text of Genesis that you need in Lesson 41; he also provides some help for translating and understanding the grammar, so be sure to look at Lesson 41 for his notes and grammar review materials!

IBH Lesson 36

Memorization:  [1] Solidify the Principal Parts of the derived stems;  [2] Vocab Lesson 36 (if a verb has a form in one of the 6 derived stems, be sure to memorize the meaning of the verb in those stems–as well as in the Qal)

Course handouts:Apocopation in III He Verbs

Written Assignments:  [1] IBH 36.7 exercises, section A (1-20); section B (1-10).  [2] Hebrew Reading:  Translate and prepare study notes for Gen 12:5-9.  If you don’t have your own copy of BHS yet, Ross provides a facsimile of the text of Genesis that you need in Lesson 41; he also provides some help for translating and understanding the grammar, so be sure to look at Lesson 41 for his notes and grammar review materials!

IBH Lesson 37

Memorization:  [1] Solidify the Principal Parts of the derived stems;  [2] Vocab Lesson 37

Course handouts:Apocopation in III He Verbs

Written Assignments:  [1] IBH 37.7 exercises, section A (1-20); section B (1-4, yes–only 4!!).  [2] Hebrew Reading:  Translate and prepare study notes for whatever Dr. M. assigns.

IBH Lessons 38 & 39

Memorization:  [1] Solidify the Principal Parts of the derived stems;  [2] Vocab Lessons 38-39

Course handouts:  none

Written Assignments:  [1] IBH 38.11 exercises, section A (1-20); section B (1-10).  [2] IBH 39.11 exercises, section A (1-20); section B (1-5).  [3] Hebrew Reading:  Translate and prepare study notes for whatever Dr. M. assigns.

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Biblical Hebrew A&B

LA003

A+B (for both undergraduate and graduate students)
WORKLOAD: LA003A: 4 credit points. LA003B: 4 credit points.
STATUS: Elective
PREREQUISITES: LA003A must be completed before LA003B.
LA003A and LA003B must be taken before proceeding to Hebrew exegesis units.
WHEN: LA003A Intensive, 9.30am-1pm 5 Feb-23 Feb 2018 + 9am-12.05pm, Mon 26 Feb and 5 March 2018.
LA003B Semesters 1 and 2, 2018, Mondays 9am-12.05pm.
LECTURER: Jill Firth

Begin to read the Old Testament in its original language, deepening your insight into both Old and New Testament scripture. In this intensive class you will imaginatively enter the ancient world of the text by eating grapes and flat bread, singing Hebrew psalms and enacting Biblical stories. Grammar lessons and using Hebrew reference books and on-line tools will complement collaborative learning. Advance preparation includes learning the alphabet and listening to Living Biblical Hebrew mp4 files.

LA003A

CONTENT
Advance Preparation
1. Before the Intensive, complete 6-10 hours of listening with audiovisual mp4 Living Biblical Hebrew Introduction Part One, Lessons 1-3. Free first lesson at https://www.biblicallanguagecenter.com/hebrew-first-lesson/
2. Memorise the letters of the alphabet. Alphabet song available here:

3. Learn to write the alphabet. You will receive a handout when you register, or see Allen P. Ross, Introducing Biblical Hebrew, 28-30.

During the Intensive
1. Acquire an overview of Hebrew grammar, and complete Ross, Introducing Biblical Hebrew, chapters 1-14, 25.
2. Collaboratively read and translate Genesis 1.1-5 and become familiar with segments of Psalms, the Shema, Biblical greetings and blessings.
3. Be introduced to library and electronic tools for continuing your use of Hebrew.
4. Build on your preparation by listening to and reading Living Biblical Hebrew Introduction Part One (Lessons 1-5) and in communal storytelling.
5. Devote yourself fully in the three weeks of the Intensive. You will have 3 hours’ homework each day so you should set aside the afternoons/evenings for Hebrew listening, reading, writing, memorising, and relaxation.

Registration
Register by 1 December 2017 to receive further information on handwriting, textbooks and a discount coupon for Living Biblical Hebrew, and to have time to complete your advance preparation. Registration can be completed via our online form.

LA003B

Continue to develop your Hebrew language skills through interactive lectures, textbook study and collaborative reading of the Book of Jonah. This unit will equip you to undertake further Hebrew exegesis units. Look forward to doing detailed study in Genesis or Psalms. Imagine yourself reading Isaiah in the original language. You will be able to use Hebrew in preparation for preaching or Bible teaching.

CONTENT
• Meet for 3 hour class each week in semesters 1 & 2.
• Study Ross, Introducing Biblical Hebrew, chapters 15-40.
• Gain basic skills in translation and exegesis through collaborative reading of Jonah.
• Continue to use Living Biblical Hebrew Part One aural resources and interactive learning style.
• Allow at least two hours per week for homework exercises, listening and memorizing.
• Optional additional Hebrew reading practice.
• Assessment through weekly quizzes, three tests and a final exam in November.

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